U.S. initial jobless claims decline to lowest since 1969
Applications for U.S. state unemployment insurance fell last week to the lowest since 1969 as employers desperately try to hang onto workers amid near-record job openings and depressed labor-force participation.
24 Mar 12:36 · BNN
February jobs rose a surprisingly strong 678,000, unemployment edged lower while wages were flat
Nonfarm payrolls for the month grew by 678,000 and the unemployment rate was 3.8%, the Labor Department reported Friday.
4 Mar 13:30 · CNBC
Fewer Americans Apply for Jobless Benefits Last Week
Fewer Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week reflecting a low number of layoffs across the economy. Jobless claims fell by 18,000 to 215,000 for the week ending February 26, from 233,000 the previous week, the Labor Department reported Thursday. The four-week average for...
3 Mar 14:54 · VOA
Fewer Americans Apply for Unemployment Benefits Last Week
Jobless claims fell by 18,000 to 215,000 for the week ending Feb. 26, from 233,000 the previous week
3 Mar 11:33 · 5 NBCDFW
Job openings hold above 11 million, nearly 5 million more than the total unemployment level
Job openings outnumbered available workers by nearly 5 million in January, the Labor Department reported Wednesday.
9 Mar 15:25 · CNBC
Strong job growth points to COVID’s fading grip on economy
WASHINGTON >> In a buoyant sign for the U.S. economy, businesses stepped up their hiring last month as omicron faded and more Americans ventured out to spend at restaurants, shops and hotels despite surging inflation.
4 Mar 18:00 · Star-Advertiser
U.S. Job Gains Accelerate While Wage Growth Slows Sharply
U.S. hiring boomed in February, while wage growth slowed, showing a strong labor market that likely keeps the Fed on track to raise rates this month
4 Mar 14:24 · Time
U.S. Job Growth More Than Forecast in February, ADP Data Show By Bloomberg
U.S. Job Growth More Than Forecast in February, ADP Data Show
2 Mar 13:36 · Investing.com
Strong job growth points to COVID’s fading grip on economyUpdated 3 hours ago
WASHINGTON — U.S. businesses stepped up their hiring last month as the omicron faded and more Americans ventured out to spend at restaurants, shops, and hotels despite surging inflation.
4 Mar 16:44 · The Columbian
U.S. job gains accelerate while wage growth slows sharply
U.S. hiring boomed in February while wage growth slowed, showing a robust labour market that likely keeps the Fed on track to raise interest rates this month.
4 Mar 13:34 · BNN
US added a strong 678,000 jobs in February in sign of economic health
U.S. employers added 678,000 jobs in February, another solid gain that underscored the economy's robust health as the omicron wave fades and more Americans venture out to spend at restaurants, shops and hotels despite surging inflation.
4 Mar 13:59 · ABC15 Arizona
US adds 678K jobs in February as businesses recover from Omicron surge
US employers added 678,000 jobs in February far more than economists expected – in a sign that businesses are returning to normal operations as COVID-19 case totals drop following the Omicron...
4 Mar 13:48 · New York Post
US non-farm payroll growth accelerates unexpectedly in February, wages slow
Growth in US non-farm payrolls accelerated unexpectedly last month, led by hiring in the Leisure and Hospitality as well as in the Education and Health Services sectors.
4 Mar 13:37 · ShareCast
US unemployment slightly dips to 3.8% in Feb as Covid surge fades
Over the past 12 months, average hourly earnings have increased by 5.1 per cent.
5 Mar 04:31 · Business-Standard
Unemployment Fell To 3.8% In February As The U.S. Added 678,000 Jobs
Unemployment in the U.S. dropped to 3.8% while the economy added 678,000 in February —the largest number since summer 2021. The recovery of the travel and restaurant industries was one key driver as Omicron cases saw a significant decline.
6 Mar 21:37 · ValueWalk